Cocolabs is looking for a fullstack Symfony developer who is eager to learn and who wants to work on an innovative open source project used around the world. Our credo: every day is the opportunity to learn something new and to share it.
All profiles are welcome wherever you are in the world.
As a fullstack Symfony developer, you will be working on the open source project “Cocorico” and on projects using this technology.
Our daily life is typically composed of the following tasks:
- backend development (Symfony, Doctrine, MongoDB, Cocorico, Admin Sonata, FOSUserBundle, Liip / Imagine, Stripe, Geocoding, …)
- frontend development (Jquery, SAAS, HTML5, CSS, Google Map API, …)
- Functional tests (Behat, Circle CI…)
- code review (Bitbucket, Github …)
You will report directly to the CTO and creator of Cocorico. Commonly used tools / technologies / environments are:
- Symfony 3 /4
- PHP 7
- MySQL & MongoDB
- HTML5, CSS3 & Jquery
- Github & Bitbucket
- Behat & Circle CI
- JIRA & Confluence
Very good knowledge of Symfony 3 / 4, desire to regularly learn new technologies.
Competitive salary based on your experience and profile.
WHO WE’RE LOOKING FOR
All profiles are welcome, in France or abroad. Obviously a strong expertise of Symfony is necessary, but above all you are thirsty to learn and you work with rigor and conscientiously. You are also creative, rigorous, you follow the best practices and you want to work in a team with a friendly atmosphere.
At Cocolabs we are looking for a enriching experience both professionally and personally.
Cocolabs publishes an open source solution dedicated to marketplaces and sharing economy platforms (eg. AirBNB, Drivy, BlaBlaCar …). The open source approach and the richness of our solution allows us to occupy the leading position in this field.
Our customers contribute financially to the development of our technology and understand the collective interest represented by the open source way of doing things. Together, our customers finance the developments that are most useful to them. This collective work is the underlying spirit of our company.
You will find our project on Github: https://github.com/Cocolabs-SAS/cocorico
Working on an open source project is just more fun 😉